Most of the prints we sell are signed limited edition giclee art prints. They are an excellent way to start your art collection.
Our prints are mostly connected to the Potteries and the Staffordshire Moorlands landscape.
We have a colourful collection of signed Potteries urban landscape prints by Micheal Pritchard, as well as canal and buildings, pot bank scenes, and Potteries landmarks and street scenes by Geoffrey Wynne RI and Francis Proudlove.
A trio of signed and limited edition prints by Rachel Grant, as well as a collection of prints celebrating the skills of The Pottery industry, designs originally commissioned by The Princes Regeneration Trust for Middleport Pottery, prints of the Oatcake Shop and Spitfire are also available by artist Paine Proffitt who is famous for his sports artwork, prints of which can be found on our sister site www.bwsportsart.com.
We have also recently had the excellent and exclusive opportunity to print a collection of Burslem history on canvas of The Frank Proudlove Collection. This collection of found posters from the 1860s all covering the subject of events and concerts around and near to Burslem during that decade.
A selection of Arthur Berry prints are also available with kind permission from the estate, as well as signed limited editions specially released and selected by the estate.
The Norman Cope estate have also provided us with permission to publish two of Norman's drawings, one which a portrait of a fellow student who is an 18 year old Arthur Berry and one of a Potteries fairground which Cope called Black Country Fair, probably in relation to the blackened of the Potteries at that time it was pencilled in 1942.
We can provide prints mounted or framed. Please just select which option you would prefer.